I always love linking up every month with Anne’s What I’ve Been Reading Lately posts. For the past couple of months, I’ve been off my reading game, only able to finish one maybe two books a month. This month I feel like I’m back in the groove of things having read five (now, if I can only remember to update my GoodReads)!
Self-Editing for Fiction Writers | Renni Browne: I read this one with my crit partner. I enjoyed reading a couple chapters and discussing them weekly. At times I wish I was in a class room listening to a lecture, instead of reading so many examples, but there were some techniques and “rules” that finally clicked into place with an “Ah-ha!” moment.
Front Lines | Michael Grant: I really enjoyed this one. Women participating in combat during WWII. Great premise, great storytelling—all which made the 576 page tome seem less daunting (and I’m so very excited for book two!)
Winter | Marissa Meyer: I finally finished it! It took how many months (completely my fault—it had nothing to do with the writing or storyline). I mostly listened to this one on audiobook, which in part, is why it took me so long to finish it. I really liked the conclusion to the series, and I’m looking forward to whatever Marissa has coming up!
Unblemished | Sara Ella: YOU GUYS! This book doesn’t come out until October, and I really can’t wait for you to get your hands on it! Action, adventure, romance, PIRATES—this book has it all! You’re going to want to run and pre-order this one now. Just trust me!
Girl Against the Universe | Paula Stokes: This was my vacation read this year. It deals with so many hard issues, yet Paula writes them with grace and a dash of humor which makes this a fun, entertaining read.
What have you been reading lately?